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    I would like to sit the IGCSE Maths higher paper in January and I need some help.

    I can see two papers, 3H and 4H.

    Do I sit both or just one?

    Why are they both calculator papers, where is the non-calculator paper?

    I'm a bit stuck.


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    Hi you sit both papers(3H&4H). They are both calc papers and there are no non-calc papers.
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    So if I look at the grade boundaries, say it says 60 for an A, does that mean I need 60 in both papers?

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    (Original post by SerendipityA1)
    So if I look at the grade boundaries, say it says 60 for an A, does that mean I need 60 in both papers?

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    sorry for the late reply. Yes, it means you need to get 60 on each paper
 
 
 
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